All 180 Episodes of the Beloved ’90s Sitcom Seinfeld recently dropped Netflix. However, fans are noticing that some of the jokes are not translating like before. Thanks to a streamer updating a show shot from 4:3 to 16:9, the frame has been cropped, thus omitting some important scenes.
Social media is vocal about the viewing experience, with many pointing to specific instances in shows where the ratio crop is at its worst. One example that has come up quite a bit is the season 8 episode “The Pothole.” In one particular scene, George Costanza (Jason Alexander) is screaming on the sidewalk. But, with the update, what he’s really yelling at is missing.
â Brandon (Scary Version) (@Thatoneguy64) October 1, 2021
This is not the first time such an issue has come up for a reputed show. simpson A similar fate was encountered when all episodes began streaming on Disney+âbut eventually, the situation was resolved.
Netflix Promoted SeinfeldMoving to streamers with a new ad featuring comedians jerry seinfeld And Bryan Cranston’s character Tim Whatley is based on the Lego set, which is based in Seinfeld’s apartment. All episodes are currently available for streaming.
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For 32 years, I, Ted Sarandos and Reed Hastings, had envisioned this moment.
Lego jumped at the last second.
Let the world collide! pic.twitter.com/XyAByz1JSy
â Jerry Seinfeld (@jerryseinfeld) 2 October 2021